what is phenolic resin

Phenolic resin is a type of synthetic thermosetting polymer. It is also called Phenolic Formaldehyde Resin. It is formed by reacting phenol and formaldehyde under optimum temperature and pressure. This process creates an enduring phenolic plate that is moldable into distinct shapes. It finds extensive use in various industrial applications.

In this article, we’ll discuss the importance, history, properties, manufacturing process, types, and environmental aspects of phenolic resin.

What is Fiberglass-Reinforced Epoxy?

What is Fiberglass-Reinforced Epoxy

Fiberglass is a composite material comprising glass fiber as a reinforcement and epoxy are matrices during composite formation. The glass fibers are generally woven into the fabric, having a weight per square yard. Epoxy fiberglass formation depends upon the type of weave and the type of glass. Several kinds of epoxy resins and epoxy-related products are available.